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Old 12-14-2012, 07:58 PM   #1
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Default Trindon Holliday: The Perfect Player

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/page/...hefter-10-spot

A perfect player: No team will go unbeaten this season, but one player is trying to pull off his own 1972 Dolphins-like feat.

Broncos return man Trindon Holliday is -- impressively, amazingly -- 13-0 this season. Holliday won his first five games of the season with the Texans before they waived him. The Broncos claimed him, and they have won eight straight since then.

As good as Adrian Peterson has been, as impressive as Luck has been, as dominant as Aldon Smith has been, nobody is as hot as Holliday. He has gone 13 straight weeks without a loss.

And how about this: Last season, Holliday was on the Texans roster for only one game, and of course Houston won. So in his two seasons in the NFL, Holliday has never lost a game.

Denver's final three games are at Baltimore, then at home against Cleveland and Kansas City. Holliday is three games from one of the more unlikely perfect seasons the league has seen.

Former Dolphins running back Mercury Morris doesn't have to worry about any unbeaten team moving into his neighborhood this season, but he might want to keep open an extra room for Holliday to rent.

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Old 12-14-2012, 07:59 PM   #2
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He must feel like a winner.
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Perfect video for the perfect player. Sensei is looking at your perfection.
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Old 12-14-2012, 08:10 PM   #4
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Perfect video for the perfect player. Sensei is looking at your perfection.
This is much better.

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Old 12-14-2012, 08:11 PM   #5
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This one however is the best of all time.



Has Trindon Holliday all over it!! In fact this could be called the "Trindon Holliday ****ing Story"
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Old 12-14-2012, 08:59 PM   #6
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I gotta give credit to McCoy for putting Trindon in the backfield. Gives DC's something to think about. And the guy can actually produce sometime also. Has done so from the backfield.
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I gotta give credit to McCoy for putting Trindon in the backfield. Gives DC's something to think about. And the guy can actually produce sometime also. Has done so from the backfield.
Considering that Trindon was a RB in college, it's not really some radical, out-of-left-field idea by McCoy to give him some looks there.
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Old 12-14-2012, 09:52 PM   #8
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It seems so long ago, that our first impression of Holliday (in a Broncos uniform) was a muffed punt....
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Considering that Trindon was a RB in college, it's not really some radical, out-of-left-field idea by McCoy to give him some looks there.
The not so secret weapon, I guess.
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It seems so long ago, that our first impression of Holliday (in a Broncos uniform) was a muffed punt....
First and last impression, but in between he has had some good returns!
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Old 12-14-2012, 10:02 PM   #11
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He's tiny like a leprechaun... And just as lucky!
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yet after a fumble or mishandling of a KICK off how many posters were ready to crap can him as a bungled pick up..

the wails are still echos in the annals of OM..
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Old 12-15-2012, 12:19 PM   #13
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Dude has some issues with ball control. He's got to be one of the biggest (and smallest) risk/reward players of all time. John Fox knows this, that's why Leonard (aka guy that slept with my ex girlfriend in college(after I was done with her)) is returning punts in the red zone. I'd love to see Trindon running some short dump off routes, maybe even a screen or two.
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I gotta give credit to McCoy for putting Trindon in the backfield. Gives DC's something to think about. And the guy can actually produce sometime also. Has done so from the backfield.
oh ****. I'm gonna dig through our roster on Madden for him now. I've been running screens and hooks to him lol
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John Fox knows this, that's why Leonard (aka guy that slept with my ex girlfriend in college(after I was done with her)) is returning punts in the red zone. I
Obviously she traded up.
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Dude has some issues with ball control. He's got to be one of the biggest (and smallest) risk/reward players of all time. John Fox knows this, that's why Leonard (aka guy that slept with my ex girlfriend in college(after I was done with her)) is returning punts in the red zone. I'd love to see Trindon running some short dump off routes, maybe even a screen or two.
Hoping all the while he holds on to the ball until the whistle blows.
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he's no Rick Upchurch but at least he runs upfield and has some acceleration. wes welker has many punts and NO awesome returns or Touchdowns. he just catches the ball and gets 8 yards woo hoo. thats one area belicheat doesnt like to roll the dice.
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Old 12-16-2012, 06:32 AM   #18
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I'm all for Holliday going 16-0 and winning the SB this year, as long s Denver does not cut him!!
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